STEVE MARTIN JOINS THE NA­TION­ALS IS TASSIE AT RISK OF BE­ING LOVED TO DEATH?

Sunday Tasmanian - - News -

NOW Lam­bie will know how Clive felt. David Rose Yet an­other politi­cian switch­ing par­ties af­ter be­ing elected un­der an­other party’s ban­ner. In my opin­ion if you nom­i­nate for any elected po­si­tion un­der a par­tic­u­lar ban­ner and some­how get in, but then de­cide your al­le­giance has changed, the only hon­ourable thing to do is re­sign. Brian Mooney JL kicked him out so good on him. She should’ve had her pa­per­work cor­rectly com­pleted in the first place. He was in­de­pen­dent so it’s his own choice. Henry James Any­one who changes party should face a by-elec­tion. A great ma­jor­ity of elec­tors vote along ‘party lines’ rather than in­di­vid­u­als! If they are there by per­sonal (pop­u­lar) vote then they should have noth­ing to worry about. Vern Richard­son No, Tas­ma­nia isn’t in dan­ger of be­ing de­stroyed by tourism. What ab­so­lute rot! Me­gan Louise Yes it is, there needs to be a bal­ance and the bal­ance is a bit out now. This is ev­i­dent by the price of hous­ing forc­ing renters out of the mar­ket and maybe out of the state. Tas­ma­ni­ans should be able to live af­ford­ably within their own state. Tassie will never have the same ap­peal that it once did. San­dra Jones What do you mean ‘next’? New Zealand has ex­cel­lent in­fra­struc­ture, well-re­sourced re­serves and well-man­aged tourism. If they are suf­fer­ing what hope does Tassie have with none of the es­sen­tial reg­u­la­tory frame­work? Jo Bain Un­for­tu­nately, tourist in­dus­try doesn’t care about qual­ity. Quan­tity brings in more $$$. Coreena Ros­alie

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